Regenerating Lost Cartilage

Cartilage restoration may delay the need for joint replacement, but its benefits are limited, a Cleveland Clinic expert cautions.

Joint replacements can work wonders if you have significant cartilage degeneration from arthritis. But if the damage is limited to a small area of your knee or other joints, you may not need such a major operation.
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